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is pushing a national gun appreciation day. it's on the weekend before martin luther king day. ward claims this is the first gun appreciation day. but we found gun appreciation days dating back to 1995. this was the year the oklahoma city, right after congress passed the assault weapons ban. by the way, that's convicted felon g. gordon liddy at the podium. remember, he told people to, quote, go for a head shot if the atf agents came to take their guns. his brand of crazy is alive and well. >> they want to pick on the bastard child of the bill of rights which is the second amendment, and it's not going to happen, not on my watch. >> obama operatives in the congress have introduced more than ten bills that would end the second amendment as we know it. >> they don't need much to take advantage of a tragedy to further their political goals. >> i can't do this. and it's just endless. >> this is just total absolute tyranny. >> if you don't belong in the nra, you need to get on the phone and use your credit card and become a member within the next 24 hours. you're going have to go in the nra, whe
to this malarkey. >> i think martin luther king would agree with me if he were alive today that if african-americans had been given the right to keep and bear arms from day one of the country's founding, perhaps slavery might not have been a chapter in our history. >> what a dumb, dumb nut. joy, you got to start on this. this is not only a nut, but a dumb nut. slaves didn't come to america as citizens. they came in shackles -- >> as property. >> -- in the bottom of a ship somewhere. they're lucky to be alive if they got here. the idea they would be armed by anyone -- you take it on. he's obviously patronizing, trying to act like he cares about the fate of black people. some sort of number he's playing here. who would believe this malarkey? >> and, chris, why is it every time the far right decides to make an argument that is insane, they jump on the civil rights movement or slavery and try to latch their argument onto the history of african-americans. >> yes, as if they would have given a damn. as if they would have been up at the front for the fight. >> exactly. >> you don't remember ted n
on about gun control is that his stance seems to me often sort of reminds me of martin luther king's stance which is we're all impoverished by this series of events and in the race speech as well, we're a nation all of us are deeply impoverished by this sort of horrible state in which we find ourselves. so it is not -- it's an interesting sort of technique and interesting way to sort of garner empathy among the people that are listening to you because it doesn't point fingers. i doesn't say you're wrong or right. it says look here. all of us are together. and we are all worse off because of x, y or z. which i think is an incredible technique both used in fiction very often and also certainly used by president obama. >> certainly i would say also specifically people who actually read fiction, picking up a book that is a creation is essentially saying i want to explore your life, another life. >> it's choosing to exercise that muscle. >> exactly. the people drawn to fiction anyway are people who are essentially asking the reader, do a good enough job to help me become invested in someone else
it offensive. is he historical figure. we're not going to it acknowledge that dr. martin luther king existed because he was a preacher. and if you listen to his speeches, they weren't speeches. they were sermons. and they were filled with biblical references. is that now offensive as we rewrite history? somebody help me understand that. >> governor, real quick, who is on your show? >> we have general mcchrystal. star parker. we will talk about this ridiculous new television show, you know, my baby's mom mass or whatever it is there. john rich will be with us. we have got a great show lined up tonight. i know that's what you do on saturday nights. >> i actually am going to watch. >> it's what i do. i watch it. >> thanks, governor. >> you will love this next story here. up next, they were supposed to be enemies but they became best friends. the incredible true story of two world war ii vets. and how they went from fighting to friendship. >> then the best prank ever an invisible driver at the drive-thru. >> are you serious? hi, just a brownie? >> yes. boeing's problem dream liner jet will under
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